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Army Opens Solicitation for Cyber Warfare Tech R&D Contract

cyberThe U.S. Army has started to accept bids on a potential five-year contract for technology research and development support work at the military branch’s new cyber electronic warfare laboratory, FierceGovernmentIT reported Tuesday.

Dibya Sarkar writes the Army is scheduled to transfer its cyberspace experimentation activities from the Network Battle Lab to the Cyber Battle Lab at Fort Gordon, Georgia, by October.

A selected contractor would help build, test and exploit technologies for the military service to manage its cyber electromagnetic spectrum and electronic warfare missions.

The contract also covers systems engineering and administration, analysis, prototyping, assessment, network engineering, information assurance, security and distributed simulation network operations services.

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